If any portion of the rubber foot remains on the bottom case, use tweezers or needlenose pliers to carefully remove it.
6. Use a screwdriver to remove the screw and socket from the bottom case.
7. Install the new socket. For the best fit, do not reuse the old socket.
Replacement Note: When replacing the socket, notice the wedge area on the bottom of the socket and the matching wedge area in the bottom case. Position the socket in the bottom case to align the wedge areas. You might need to rotate the socket slightly until it sits flat into the bottom case.
The socket and foot are keyed and may look like one of these: • Socket with three identical openings to match the three identical raised areas on the foot
• Socket with three identical openings and a fourth indented area to match the four raised areas on the foot
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